Paris strengthens its grip on the Ligue 1 by dominating his dolphin 4-0, while Nantes and Nice neutralize each other. The Girondins de Bordeaux win in Nice.
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Paris Saint-Germain 4 – 0 Angers
No Mbappé, no Cavani, no Di Maria? No problem for the defending champion, who crushes his first pursuer, certainly 17e Budget League 1. Life is simpler when you can despite these absences line up an attack consisting of Mauro Icardi – a goal -, Pablo Sarabia – a goal, two assists – and Neymar – a goal.
Easier also when Paris plays as a team, with a sparkling Marco Verratti in midfield and Idrissa Gueye still serious, and also scorer. Stéphane Moulin, Angers coach: "(Their team) is much more consistent, more radiant, more aggressive on the defensive. We feel a real collective force today. "
Montpellier 3 – 1 AS Monaco
Islam Slimani and Wissam Ben Yedder can not do everything. Despite a superb goal from the French international, served by the Algerian, AS Monaco back to Montpellier, much more effective when he has the ball: 39% possession, 10 shots on target. Of which three end in the goals of Benjamin Lecomte, former goalkeeper Herault. With nine points, AS Monaco are only one point ahead of the relegation zone.
Toulouse 1 – 3 Bordeaux
The Girondins came as neighbors to spoil the Toulouse tribute to Brice Taton, a supporter killed ten years ago by Serbian hooligans in Belgrade. The TFC players all wear a black jersey, flocked "Brice", but are mourning their football. A grotesque pass count for a home game, and a three-goal deficit before the hour of play, the blame for gaping holes in defense. Bordeaux, solid, goes on and gets in fourth place. And if Paolo Sousa leg really existed?
Nantes 1 – 0 Nice
Christian Gourcuff continues to wear FC Nantes. After four victories in their last five meetings, the Canaries slip into second place in the Ligue 1. The dominated Niçois end up cracking in the very last minutes on a goal from Moses Simon (86).e). Despite a very good start in August, the Niçois have kicked off since their takeover by Jim Ratcliffe and the arrival of recruits.
Dijon 1 – 0 Strasbourg
At 21, three seasons for the pros, Stephy Mavdidi has had five clubs, three leagues and one Italian league title – one match with Juventus. Here he is in Burgundy, and author of a first goal in Ligue 1. This is enough for the happiness of Dijon, which is not last. Strasbourg still travels badly: zero goal scored outside.
Brest 2 – 0 Metz
Stade Brestois can thank its defenders. On the one hand because they do not take aim, on the other because they mark it. Thanks to a header from Castelletto and a volley from Faussurier, the Bretons pass in front of their opponents in the evening, in big failure efficiency – 12 shots for nothing. Brest is ahead of Monaco, Lyon and Saint-Etienne.